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Author Archives: SEEDS
Ever wonder about life after Reed? We chatted with former linguistics major and SEEDS Intern, Dean Schmeltz ‘14. For SEEDS Dean coordinated an on-campus tutoring program in partnership with the nonprofit Friends of the Children. After graduation he served for a year … finish reading Q and A – SEEDS alum Dean Schmeltz ’14
Anderson is a board member of the Women’s Commission on Alcohol and Drugs Issues- Oregon, and in the past, has been actively involved with the Northwest Institute on Alcohol and Drug Issues and the Society of Addiction Psychologists (Division 50) of the American Psychological Association. Anderson … finish reading Kris Anderson, Assistant Professor, Psychology
Healey founded Grassroots Policy Project (GPP) in 1994. GPP works with social movement organizations to develop strategic practice: how activist groups can incorporate concepts about power, ideaology, and social justice into their daily practice. The organization strives to translate these … finish reading Richard Healey, Mathematics, Class of 1965
In the summer of 2011, Srivastava interned at Senator Richard Blumenthal’s office in D.C. after working with Blumenthal on his campaign the previous fall.
In the summer of 2011, Linehan worked at Project Vote Smart in Philipsburg, Montana, a volunteer-driven organization that compiles research about political candidates and policy in order to create a better informed democracy.
In the summer of 2011, McConnell-Johnson interned at US Senator Jeff Merkley’s office.
In the summer of 2011, Sellers interned with the Center for American Progress, in D.C. on their online communications team, with the support from Reed’s Elizabeth J. Ducey Internship award.
Baggott is the Executive Director of the Bus Project Foundation, which seeks to improve the lives of all Oregonians by engaging and educating the next generation of Oregon’s citizen leaders. The Bus Project Foundation focuses on issues such as: “keeping … finish reading Caitlin Baggott, American Studies, Class of 1999
Edgington is the President of Social Velocity, an organization that hopes to accelerate social innovation by leading non-profits to great social impact and sustainability. Edgington was also instrumental to the growth of SEEDS while a student at Reed.